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How does your organic wine compare to its peers?

Our competition dedicated to certified organic and vegan wines will help set your wine apart. Enter the Global Organic & Vegan Masters by 22 March for the chance to win a medal to add to your wine’s credentials.

The world’s biggest organic wine fair, Millésime Bio, recently held its successful 2024 edition in Montpellier. With over 1,500 exhibitors, including 17% of new wineries, one thing is sure: organic is on its way to become the new mainstream in the wine industry.

The trend towards more sustainable consumption and production, coupled with the inevitable changes induced by global warming seem to have pushed wine producers to prove their environment-friendly practices by getting certified.

But, in a – hopefully – greener and greener world, is the little European green leaf or vegan logo enough to set your wine apart from the rapidly growing competition?

Don’t panic, for the Global Organic & Vegan Masters returns for its 2024 edition: in April, our expert judges will gather to identify the very best of organic and/or vegan wines. The competition is open to any style of wine from anywhere in the world, as long as it is certified organic, biodynamic or vegan (or all of that combined!).

Entries are open for another six weeks and results will be published in in July, featuring in the ethical issue of the drinks business magazine and online.

You’ve planted the (organic) seeds for success already, so watch your reputation bloom with a medal and enter the competition here before 22 March.

Entries cost £159 excluding VAT

For more information contact sophie@thedrinksbusiness.com

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